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Dec32019

Let's gore an RF-ox!

by on Tuesday, December 3, 2019 4:25:00 PM

Q. I'm curious what receivers and other electrical components you use, and maybe how you linked them together. In other words, what you find works well with your servos.A. Radio system selection falls under that category of subjects, which are generally unsuitable for polite company. Think politics and religion when the family gets together for Thanksgiving. However, because of involvement with the control-loop side of the radio system, I quite often get asked about the RF-side of the business....

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askJohn

Dec32019

Let's gore an RF-ox!

Q. I'm curious what receivers and other electrical components you use, and maybe how you linked them together. In other words, what you find works well with your servos.A. Radio system selection falls under that category of subjects, which are generally unsuitable for polite company. Think politics and religion when the family gets together for Thanksgiving. However, because of involvement with the control-loop side of the radio system, I quite often get asked about the RF-side of the business....


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